Verboticism: Folliculology

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Hairalyze

Created by: remkoduursma

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Psychiatress

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: sigh kai ah tress

Sentence: definately a bad hair day, on so many levels, her psychiatress said in clipped tones

Etymology: psychiatrist tress

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Tresstology

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: tress/tol/ogy

Sentence: Having completed his course in tresstology, Bertie Ditherinton knew a bad hair day when he saw one!

Etymology: tress: a lock of hair + ology: the study of

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Strandreader

Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: str - and - re - d - ur

Sentence: Val considered herself a perfect strandreader.

Etymology: strand - hairstrand reader - well ... you know sortof like a hand reader but one for hearstrands

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Frizzometer

Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: frizz-oh-meet-er

Sentence: Jack looked at Alice and his frizzometer told him that based upon her wildly mused hair she was having a very bad day.

Etymology: frizz (frizzy hair) + o (all inventions from the 50's had o in their title) + meter (to gauge)

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Trichologize

Created by: jannn

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Salonalysis

bjorn

Created by: bjorn

Pronunciation: salon-alysis

Sentence: By a cursory salonalysis of his hairstyle, it was readily apparent he was from an outer borough.

Etymology: salon + analysis

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Fricktrizzle

Created by: msokoloffster

Pronunciation: Frik - Triz - uhl

Sentence: Sarah slapped anyone who fricktrizzled her; she thought it was bogus.

Etymology: Unknown...

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Coiffuread

Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: kwah-fyoor-reed

Sentence: Judging by his greasy comb-over they coiffuread that he was fighting the aging process and his mirrors at home were filthy.

Etymology: coiffure (a style of arranging or combing the hair) + read (to interpret the meaning of by scrutiny or observation)

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Characthairize

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: kair - ak - tare - ize

Sentence: Lisette had beautiful hair so Phil tended to characthairize her as pleasant, organized and ethical. He believed that Mona was unintelligent and lacking in manners because of her wild and unkept hair. In fact, his hairsessments were erroneous because; of the two women, Mona was the one with integrity, intelligence and loyalty.

Etymology: characterize (describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of), hair

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